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Oxford NanoScience Polaron Nanotechnology Division
4-6 Carters Lane
Kiln Farm
Milton Keynes
MK11 3ER
UK
[t] +44 1204 405576
Oxford nanoScience aims to be the pre-eminent global organisation involved in three dimensional atom scale microscopy. Its range of 3D Atom Probes allows an unparalleled window both in terms of composition and spatial arrangement into the Nanoscale world. This information will become an absolute necessity for both Nanotech product development and in-process material assessment.
Novel Ion Optics Design Ensures High Sensitivity And Mass Resolution For 3DAP
14 April, 2005
The combination of the high mass-resolution reflectron lens and a patented, three pair delay line detector brings exceptional sensitivity to the 3-Dimensional Atom Probe (3DAP) from Oxford nanoScience Ltd.
Oxford nanoScience and Oxford University Materials Department Win National Measurement Award
04 January, 2005
The 2004 National Measurement Award for Innovative Measurement has been won by researchers at Oxford University Materials Department and Oxford nanoScience Ltd for the development and successful commercialisation of the 3-Dimensional Atom Probe (3DAP).
 
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